Dell announces the models for Ubuntu?

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LinuxQuestions.org founder Jeremy Garcia has reportedly received an e-mail from a Dell employee that says the company is planning to launch Ubuntu "on the E520, 1505 and XPS 410 starting next Thursday, 5/24. We expect...

80 percent of PS3s will be higher priced models

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The PlayStation 3 has not had the smoothest of rides to its November 2006 (March 2007 in Europe) launch date. Concerns over the availability of Blu-ray chips and rumors about Cell processor yields have been...

Sony defends PlayStation 3 models

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Sony has defended its decision to offer two versions of its forthcoming PlayStation 3 (PS3) games console. Senior Sony executive Phil Harrison said the models were aimed at different types of consumers. The games giant...

Sapphire Introduces X1300 and X1600 AGP Models

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If you're still using an AGP motherboard and feel you've been getting the short end of the graphics card stick recently, Sapphire might have a few products of interest for you. The company known...

Apple Releases New iBook, Mac Mini Models

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Apple has updated their website to reflect new iBooks/Mac Mini's that have been announced today (please see details below). New features include: New trackpad lets you scroll horizontally, vertically...

Sony announces new PSX models

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A new generation of PSX with additional media features will hit Japanese stores this Christmas. In preparation for the holiday season, Sony will release two new models of the PSX in Japan....

Palm to Manufacture Low-End Models in Brazil

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The world leader in the handheld computer market, Palm, plans to announce on Tuesday that it will begin manufacturing low-priced models in Brazil, according to the company. A source close to the project who preferred...

Laptop makers mobilize Pentium-M models

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PC manufacturers are coming out with a slew of new notebooks containing Intel's Pentium-M processor, and executives claim that goes a long way toward improving the laptop experience. Dell Computer, IBM, Hewlett-Packard...

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